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Creamy Coconut Chicken & Pumpkin Risotto


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Ingredients

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5 chicken tenderloins diced

  • 1 onion, Halved
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 30 g olive oil
  • 40 g Butter
  • 100ml white wine
  • 2tbs TM Veggie Stock
  • 300 g diced Pumpkin
  • 3 chicken tenderloins, Diced into 2cm cubes
  • 800m water
  • 100ml coconut cream
  • 400 g Aborio Rice
  • 2 handfuls Baby Spinach Leaves
  • 6 Sprigs coriander
  • 25 g Shredded coconut

Semi-dried Tomatoes

  • 60 g Semi Dried Tomatoes
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Recipe's preparation

    Wash and dry spinach thoroughly, place in covered serving bowl or thermoserver with semi-dried tomatoes if you wish to add them
  1. Dice Pumpkin and Chicken Tenderloins into 1.5 - 2cm cubes

  2. Place onion and garlic in TM bowl. Chop 3 sec/ sp7, scrape down sides of bowl

  3. Add butter and oil. Saute onion and garlic for 3min/varoma/sp1

  4. Add rice, saute 1min/100*/sp 1.5/reverse

  5. Add White wine, saute 1min/100*/sp1.5 /reverse

  6. Add TM stock, water and diced pumpkin, cook 100*/13 min/sp1.5/reverse

  7. Add chicken and coconut cream, cook 100*4min/sp1.5/reverse. Use steamer basket instead of MC on top of Thermomix jug if bubbling.

  8. Pour ingredients over spinach and sundried tomatoes(if using). Allow to stand in covered bowl or thermoserver for 5-10minutes to thicken

  9. Add shredded coconut and coriander and stir through before serving

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  • Yum! After reading the comments I also dropped the...

    Submitted by jacquibree79 on 27. February 2017 - 23:13.

    Yum! After reading the comments I also dropped the quantity of rice and water, came out delicious. Thank you!

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  • Yum, Yum, Yum !!! I followed

    Submitted by Sharon35 on 24. August 2015 - 22:04.

    Yum, Yum, Yum !!!

    I followed the recipe exactly and whilst Thermie was full, she didn't spill over.  I should have reduced the amount of rice and water (as per others comments), as this recipe made enough to fill both of my thermo servers!!  Poor hubby will be eating risotto and aranchi balls for the next week.

    Thanks for the recipe, I'll definately be making it again.

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  • I enjoyed this and it was

    Submitted by CasDelicious on 20. June 2015 - 19:21.

    I enjoyed this and it was quick and easy to make. I used sweet potato as a substitute for the pumpkin, just because I didn't have pumpkin and this was nice too. Thanks.

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  • I made this last

    Submitted by Leecorf on 9. February 2015 - 12:12.

    I made this last night...delicious! I reduced a few quantities as I only had 300g of rice but it still worked beautifully.

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  • I really wanted to love this,

    Submitted by sarah16 on 13. November 2014 - 18:30.

    I really wanted to love this, as it sounded delicious and I love anything with coconut cream. However the measurements seem wrong. Was full to the brim and then bubbled over. Also don't like how the chicken cooks for only 4 minutes then is supposed to cook in the mixture while its sitting in the thermoserver. I would rather cook the chicken at the start, then remove & add to the mixture again at the end of cooking. Could be a fantastic recipe but needs some fixing up first. tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I thought this was a lovely

    Submitted by tammymanley on 24. September 2014 - 18:31.

    I thought this was a lovely recipe! I too only used 300g rice which was heaps, and reduced the water to 600mls but kept pumpkin amount the same and used 5 chicken tenderloins cut up very small and it worked perfectly. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • I havent done a risotto in

    Submitted by jayleah on 1. September 2014 - 20:44.

    I havent done a risotto in years and this was my first 'thermy' risotto.  Quite nice, halved the recipe and it worked perfectly for our family.  Will be on the dinner rotation tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I agree with one of the

    Submitted by megavoltz on 31. August 2014 - 20:55.

    I agree with one of the previous commenters that this is the best risotto recipe I've ever tried. I did reduce the rice to 300g but otherwise followed the recipe. It was quite full but didn't bubble over. The flavour was awesome. I'm so happy I tried this recipe and will definitely be making it again and again. 

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  • Thanks for your efforts

    Submitted by Homegrown and under 100 on 15. August 2014 - 21:16.

    Thanks for your efforts michfb2. The recipe is super easy to follow now. Thanks for the extra tips. 

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  • Hello, sorry to see my recipe

    Submitted by michfb2 on 22. July 2014 - 18:47.

    Hello, sorry to see my recipe has had issues. I have made some adjustments to help.  I have adjusted the quantity of the chicken and pumpkin. Although, I have made it many times and not had it overflow. You can use your steaming basket instead of the MC as a lid for the thermomix to allow more steam to escape and it won't bubble as much. It is important that the chicken is diced small for it to cook. The resting time in the thermoserver is important too. It allows the chicken to keep cooking through and the rice to absorb more water. All risotto is still a bit watery until it rests, it gets better with age, like us lol. I also think it depends on the type of pumpkin you buy as some pumpkins are very watery and add water to the mix. I use butternut. The liquid to rice ratios was the same as those in the EDC for mushroom risotto, as I used that as my skeleton recipe. Lastly if you use any of the homebrand aborrio rices, you will get a pasty gluggy risotto. They are notoriously poor quality, pasty and over processed. I only ever use Riverina for this reason. I hope some of these adjustments help. I was sad to read a few people had trouble with my recipe when I have had so many friends text me to say it was awesome. tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • This recipe was tasty but I'm

    Submitted by telcan81 on 15. July 2014 - 20:03.

    This recipe was tasty but I'm afraid to say it was my first fail in the Thermomix. The ratios are not right and the chicken was no where near cooked after four minutes.  I tried cooking it for longer but in the end put it into a saucepan to cook until ithe chicken was no longer raw.  Upon doing this I realised that the rice was almost totally pureed beneath despite being on reverse and stirring with the spatula during cooking. It ended up more like soup than risotto. A disappointing result for a hungry family

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  • Yummy! Needs less rice as

    Submitted by Laurafoles on 14. July 2014 - 21:46.

    Yummy! Needs less rice as does over flow the thermo. Liked the flavour and will make again with sundried tomato for sure! 

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  • Super delicious! Yum Yum Yum

    Submitted by melanien3533 on 20. June 2014 - 11:53.

    Super delicious! Yum Yum Yum - can't get enough.

    I have made it three times and now only add 300g of rice to keep it from overflowing!

    Can't wait to see more tmrc_emoticons.) tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • have to agree with Jacksmum

    Submitted by Sarge01 on 30. May 2014 - 20:42.

    have to agree with Jacksmum comment, terrible waste of food. Quantity totally over the top I had to empty half of the mixture before I put the chicken and coconut cream into thermomix. Recipe was so gluggy and way to much desiccated coconut, this is one recipe that I will delete from my collection not worth the effort

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  • Luckily we got the heads-up

    Submitted by Papa Tim on 21. May 2014 - 19:38.

    Luckily we got the heads-up from the other previous comments and halved pretty much all the ingredients except chicken & coconut cream. Served 4 Deliciously  tmrc_emoticons.D

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  • Disappointing on so many

    Submitted by jacksmum on 19. May 2014 - 18:33.

    Disappointing on so many levels and the whole lot ended up in the bin. The quantities of liquid to rice are not accurate - my poor thermo was filled to overflowing.  I was attracted to the flavour combinations in this recipie and I'm sure they would be good, the recipe may be able to be halved as it looked like it would feed 6-8 people easily. Disappointed.

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  • Best risotto recipe i have

    Submitted by Homegrown and under 100 on 14. May 2014 - 19:05.

    Best risotto recipe i have tried so far! If you don't like coconut cream you could use regular. Would be nice if ingredients were in the order used in recipe but I got there in the end, and I added the oil and butter to sauté the  Onions. 

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  • Hubby made this for dinner

    Submitted by Lingreen on 12. May 2014 - 21:09.

    Hubby made this for dinner tonight and we enjoyed the flavours particularly the addition of the sundried tomato. It did make a lot and poor thermie was bursting at the seams, but we may have added more chicken and pumpkin than in the recipe. Hubby didn't add oil or butter as it didn't state in the instructions (could trip up beginners) but didn't affect the end result.  Thanks for the recipe, risotto's are a fave for us  tmrc_emoticons.)

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